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Top Stories: California Fires Worsen; House Passes Concealed Carry Bill

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Southern California Braces: Forecasters Say Even Stronger Winds Could Stoke Fires.

-- House Passes Bill To Allow 'Concealed Carry' Across State Lines.

-- Australian Parliament Approves Same-Sex Marriage.

-- China Says Indian Drone Crashed In Its Territory.

-- What A Tax Overhaul Could Mean For Students And Schools.

And here are more early headlines:

Historic Photos Of 1941 Pearl Harbor Attack. (Los Angeles Times)

Saudi Arabia Condemns Trump Decision On Jerusalem. (Reuters)

Trump, Pelosi Trade Charges Ahead Of Key Meeting. (The Hill)

Prosecutor Seeks Jail for Ex-Miss Turkey Over Tweet. (Hurriyet)

Emperor Hirohito Memoir Auctioned For $275,000. (Kyodo)

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